Tag: Educational

  • Ways to Burn 200 Calories

    Nearly all of us have a couple extra pounds we’re trying to drop, but we often have trouble finding an activity to burn off the excess fat. To start on a path of weight loss, one should start by burning at least 200 calories a day. But running around the block for 20 minutes can […]

  • Can You Spot A Fake Smile

    It’s only human nature to put on a fake smile when stuck in an awkward situation. Like when you see your successful ex at a party, or when that annoying co-worker won’t stop talking to you. But can you spot a fake smile when someone gives it to you? Richard Wiseman of In 59 Seconds demonstrates how […]

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  • Adorable Animation Explains How Beans Becomes A Fart

    Ever child learns the important ‘scientific’ poem as a child: Beans, beans their good for your heart, the more you eat the more you fart. But why do we get gassy after eating healthy beans? Giant Ant explains the digestive process of beans in this cute and very viral animation they made for Men’s Health. […]

  • Why You Can’t Put Metal In The Microwave

    As most people learn the hard way, you shouldn’t put metal in a microwave oven as it usually results in a fire. But let’s think abot this. The microwave itself is made of metal, so what exactly is going on? Sci Show reviews metal and microwaves in this new video.     Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/09/16/why-you-cant-put-metal-in-the-microwave/

  • Oyster Filtering Dirty Water Is Surprising

    You probably had no idea that adult oysters can filter 20 to 50 gallons of water per day. Don’t worry, that’s not really common information. To demonstrate their amazing cleaning abilities, Florida Oceanographic made this time lapse of an aquarium of oysters cleaning water. This video is from 2012, but has only gone viral now with over […]

  • Benedict Cumberbatch And The Count Solve A Fruity Problem

    Even on a kids show solving the simplest of math problems, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch can go viral.  The detective teamed up with Count Von Count and Murray-arty on PBS to decipher if there were more apples or oranges presented in front of them.  This one’s tricky…    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/02/04/benedict-cumberbatch-and-the-count-solve-a-fruity-problem/

  • The Science Of Hair Loss And Balding

    For their latest educational video, Asap SCIENCE took on a very sensitive subject. Balding. Most people have heard the old idea that your hairline as an adult is based on your mother’s father. But is that even true? And why is so? Finally, nerds Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown break it all down, and explain the Science of Hair […]

  • Crazy Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Brain

    In just a few short years, the world has completely transformed. Sure, the Web connected the world before, but never have so many people been interconnected since the dawn of modern social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter. Some people even claim to be ‘addicted’ to their Facebook and Instagram. Asap Science explains that there may been something […]

  • Amazing Animal Defenses

    As a part of their stimulating Facts And Knowledge series, Vsauce2 discusses Amazing Animals Defenses. The incredible bubble shooting Pistol Shrimp, the crazy Mimicking Octopus, the Wolverine-like Hairy Frog, and more are covered in the new educational video that is trending over the weekend.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/05/27/amazing-animal-defenses/